A Kings Lynn-based fitted furniture firm has built an enviable reputation for quality work with an impressive attention to detail. Kings Oak’s high standards have their foundation in experienced and skilled craftsmen using the right equipment – and Felder UK has supplied the company with a range of equipment over the years, including a G360 edgebander, which still gives excellent and reliable service.
Kings Oak is based on a family tradition of first class craftsmanship and excellent customer service. The company was established in 1983 by brothers-in-law David Barnett and Eddie Goodchild.
Their committed approach to providing clients with creatively-designed, precision-crafted and visually beautiful kitchens, bedrooms, bathrooms and more, has been a central part of their company ethos from the start. Beautiful products alongside outstanding customer service at Kings Oak is fundamental to every aspect of each of the company’s ranges.
Since becoming the owner and managing director, Paul, David’s son, has continued in this tradition and the Kings Oak reputation is stronger than ever with the support of craftspeople who excel in the creation of traditionally-built, time-resistant products. Paul knows how important it is to deliver the dream his clients have of their perfect kitchen or bedroom, bathroom or children’s room, home office or media den.
Paul is proud of the high standards and attention to detail that his team is able to achieve. He credits this to the experience of his staff and the quality machinery that his company utilises.
Back in 2015 Paul decided to purchase a G360 edgebander and a K700S sliding table saw from the Felder range. He comments: “Upgrading to Felder’s G360 has increased the speed and efficiency of our work, but more importantly the quality of our finish. They were the only company able to offer a premilling unit in that size of machine,” he adds.
“Felder gave me the time I need to make the right decision to help grow my business, and after visiting the exhibition stand and in-house show I knew the G360 was the edgebander we needed.”